Would net you between 20%-25% returns, depending on how many whips you have initially.

Let a be the amount of whips you have initially.

After 1 round of using up all your initial whips, the number of whips you have is 0.8a.

After the 2nd round, the number of whips you have is (0.8^2)a.

This follows a geometric progression with common ratio 0.8.

The sum to infinity gives a/(1-r) = 1.25a.

However, this is true only if a is a very large number to begin with.

At worst, you get 20% back.

At best, you get 25%.

Pretty good deal if you ask me.

Let a be the amount of whips you have initially.

After 1 round of using up all your initial whips, the number of whips you have is 0.8a.

After the 2nd round, the number of whips you have is (0.8^2)a.

This follows a geometric progression with common ratio 0.8.

The sum to infinity gives a/(1-r) = 1.25a.

However, this is true only if a is a very large number to begin with.

At worst, you get 20% back.

At best, you get 25%.

Pretty good deal if you ask me.

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